I want to prove that the previous Hulk movies (2003's HULK and 2008's THE INCREDIBLE HULK) are more faithful to the Hulk's character than THE AVENGERS, and that they're not failures like many people claim they're.
I recently decided to go and watch the 2003 film by Ang Lee, entitled “HULK”, which is known for being notoriously bad. And it was bad. Very bad. So I watched it over and tried to study what went wrong with it. Here is what I came up with.
Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. is all new this weekend with the episode "Mission Impossible Man". The Hulks meet their biggest fan – Impossible Man! But he also proves to be their biggest problem when he summons the giant dragon, Fing Fang Foom, to battle them.
Well, It's about time! The Hulk's nemesis, The Abomination, has been avoided so far on Hulk's latest show, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. But on Episode 17, He'll finally make his debut. This latest clip features him going toe-to-toe with A-Bomb. I wonder how that'll turn out...
Marvel's new animated series Hulk & the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. has surprisingly made it up to episode 16 in their first season. Hit the jump to see a clip from tomorrow's episode.
Now Hot Toys is thrilled to present a Regional Premium Edition collectible set available for selected markets only which includes the widely anticipated 1/6th scale Bruce Banner and the highly popular Hulk collectible figures. Hit the Jump to Check 'em Out
Conceptual illustrator, Jim Carson ("Spider-Man 3"), had the privilege of working on 2003's The Hulk, which was directed by Ang Lee ("Brokeback Mountain") and starred Eric Bana ("Blackhawk Down"). Also, come see cool designs for Banner's mutated father and lab rat.
After Iron Man, the next up and coming Marvel project focused on everyone's favorite Green Goliath. Trying hard to set itself apart from Ang Lee's original story have they succeded to make it stand out from the rest?
Daredevil writer Mark Waid has done wonders for the Green Goliath since launching Marvel NOW!'s Indestructible Hulk series, so what are the Eisner Award winning writer's thoughts on a solo movie starring Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner? Hit the jump to find out!
Why the small screen is the right home for Bruce Banner and his alter ego at the moment.
Why Iron Man and Hulk should team up for a movie for MARVEL PHASE 3. check out and comment you're thoughts!
New clip from episode six of Marvel's animated series, Hulk & the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. It features A-Bomb (voiced by Seth Green) having an encounter with Devil Dinosaur. Come check it out!
I, The Incredible Hulksta, break down what Marvel needs to do with their Hulk on film to keep him cool and relevant.
Hit the jump to See the new Kotobukiya Hulk statue available March 2014!And to see the definition of Kotobukiya. Check it out!
In Ang Lee's ("Life of Pi") 2003 film, Hulk, the green goliath battles three gamma-powered dogs. Hit the jump to see concept art of the Gamma Dogs, created by Sang Jun Lee and Kevin Nowlan.
The actor, who portrayed the Green Goliath in the classic Incredible Hulk tv series, feels that because he actually played the character himself as opposed to mo-cap, that he was able to show a different kind of emotion than the later CGI incarnations..
In a recent interview Eric Bana was in, the subject of his 2003 role as Bruce Bannner/Hulk in Hulk came up. Eric Bana says that he is proud of the film and also in a way happy that the film didn't get a sequel. Click to find out why he's happy about that.
With Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. taking on the biggest super villain threats in the Marvel animated universe, show creators should also try some more daring villains for the Hulks to take on like the demon villain Blackheart.
With Kevin Feige confirming more Hulk movies, he's gonna think long and hard on how to make them suitably adaptable for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and I got just the characters he is expected to use to make the 2nd Hulk movie much smoothe
What’s that? What’s that I hear? Lindsey35 is doing an editorial that ISN’T about Spider-Man?! You heard right, ladies! I recently watched HULK(2003) and…this came up. As surprising as it is (and trust me, it is surprising) I actually enjoyed it.